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post #2181 of 2197 (permalink) Old 11-22-2018, 06:01 PM
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post #2182 of 2197 (permalink) Old 11-27-2018, 06:36 AM
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hi,I've been having problems since I bought the ryzen system

1) the first ram I bought for the system corsair Vengeance LPX 32gb(16x2) . I was able to run it at 2133 MHz. xmp was not working. I changed it because it is not samsung chip. ı bought G.Skill Flare X 3200Mhz DDR4 (2x8GB) 16GB(f4-3200c14d-16gfx). but there was no change.xmp not working again.system not stability when xpm is open.

2) my cpu 1800x .when I overclock the system is opening but does not pass the stress test and then gives a blue screen error. sometimes the temperature reaches 95 degrees and computer closed. I want to run at 3.9 MHz. What should I do with settings for overclock

3) my disk Samsung 960 EVO NVMe 1TB . my disk does not appear hdd 0 in disk management settings(looks like hdd2).I have two hdd .Why do you think it may not look like that?

4) When I try to overclock, the screen flickers and lines appear at the beginning of the system.
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post #2183 of 2197 (permalink) Old 01-11-2019, 09:13 AM
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Do you guys think i could run another 1080ti with this board or you think that would it wouldnt fit/be a bad idea? better yet does anyone run such a setup?
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post #2184 of 2197 (permalink) Old 01-24-2019, 03:31 PM
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For those of you who likes the bclk
Whats that about ?

The bclk is locked on these motherboards.

There is no IC on the motherboard that allows us to control the bclk.

So I failed to understand what there is to 'like'.

Is it the fact that the bclk is running higher than 100mhz (102.9) by default on the latest bios ???

Thats actually something that annoys me, rather than gives me any 'happiness' as the 'flagship' board we purchased were created without bclk control.........

On a side note (will find out tomorrow when I get back to the office) is the BIOS chip on this mobo 16MB or more, as its looking like Zen2 needs bigger than 16MB bios chip.

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Quote: Originally Posted by mongoled View Post
Whats that about ?

The bclk is locked on these motherboards.

There is no IC on the motherboard that allows us to control the bclk.

So I failed to understand what there is to 'like'.

Is it the fact that the bclk is running higher than 100mhz (102.9) by default on the latest bios ???

Thats actually something that annoys me, rather than gives me any 'happiness' as the 'flagship' board we purchased were created without bclk control.........

On a side note (will find out tomorrow when I get back to the office) is the BIOS chip on this mobo 16MB or more, as its looking like Zen2 needs bigger than 16MB bios chip.
Latest bios allows you to adjust baseclock - so far 104 was the limit of what would boot. LLC2 on cpu power with everything else set to auto at 103 baseclock allowed XFR on my 1800X to hit 4220 mhz on a single core. Huge improvement to superpi scores vs standard 4100 mhz xfr.

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Quote: Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post
Latest bios allows you to adjust baseclock - so far 104 was the limit of what would boot. LLC2 on cpu power with everything else set to auto at 103 baseclock allowed XFR on my 1800X to hit 4220 mhz on a single core. Huge improvement to superpi scores vs standard 4100 mhz xfr.
That sound great, though the consensus was that without the implementation of this in hardware i.e. an extra IC chip to decouple the fsb from the bclk that this wasnt possible ???

Will try the BIOS tomorrow, hopefully I can get over 3200mhz mem clock stable.......

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post #2188 of 2197 (permalink) Old 02-10-2019, 12:48 PM
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I cant get more than 3200 stable in this board.
I have a 3200c14 b die kit (trident z) and just 3200 fast from 1usmus calculator works (had to rttNom 60 to cure a single error)
3200 extreme make board freeze in a random post Code during post( dont know why, anyone?) and higher than 3200 it seems to only boot with procODT 60 but highly unstable, lots of errors and bsods.
It seems to be related with this last rtt and cad signaling settings but i cant find a stable combination unfortunally.
If someone can achieve more than 3200 on b die with this board can share the config? Or some advice?
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Quote: Originally Posted by FJSAMA View Post
I cant get more than 3200 stable in this board.
I have a 3200c14 b die kit (trident z) and just 3200 fast from 1usmus calculator works (had to rttNom 60 to cure a single error)
3200 extreme make board freeze in a random post Code during post( dont know why, anyone?) and higher than 3200 it seems to only boot with procODT 60 but highly unstable, lots of errors and bsods.
It seems to be related with this last rtt and cad signaling settings but i cant find a stable combination unfortunally.
If someone can achieve more than 3200 on b die with this board can share the config? Or some advice?
Ty
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post #2190 of 2197 (permalink) Old 02-10-2019, 03:23 PM
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2 sticks ( 2x8)
More precisely F4-3200c14d 16gtzr kit
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